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of the afternoon today. because of a bomb threat at one of the stores there. kron four's jeff bush shows you what happened.a drive- b >> it was a tense afternoon at 2:30. this employee found a note in the men's room at this department store. this bomb threat was discovered and the bomb squad was called out to be seeing. this is where this happened at this department store, kohl's. with a canine unit called out. the swat team also had a portable robot. police found no explosive devices. this store was reopened just after 8:00 jeff bush in milpitas, kron 4. >>jacqueline: we did see some light rain but it has moved out. we are seeing clear skies and cool temperatures freezing in fairfield. 35 and of vallejo, santa rosa, livermore, a lot of 30's. the satellite showing clear skie bay area but lingering clouds of shore. more rain for tomorrow courthouse clou temperatures in the 30's. for tomorrow, those clouds will increase with spotty showers. it will be like today. light and isolated. more rain and your details forecast, coming up. >>pam: shooting at a bus stop, leaves one man in the hospital and th
in those parts. the weather is also wreaking havoc on commodity prices. here is jeff flock with more on that. jeff: good news on the drought front. that is exactly what they need is that kind of moisture. take a look at the pictures. we have been worried here. i am in the oke. right now. >> it really helps the wheat market. we will expect to have a better crop. jeff: and helps with the situation on the mississippi river. you can get shipments up and down. >> all of that really plays into it. jeff: you said this market is pretty thin right now. >> a lot of money on the sidelines with what is happening in washington, d.c. the fiscal cliff has everyone worried. jeff: virginia, always appreciate your insight. thank you. a lot of people talking today. also, about the merger. even though it is competition here, it also is an acknowledgment. they must have been doing something right here in chicago all along. connell: every time you think about futures and trading floors and what it means for human beings, yes, it is a big story. jeff flock, thank you. as we continue, the other big things c
-year-old cape cod. >> reporter: jeff davis road out >> reporter: pretty lucky for a 45, 50-year-old cape cod. >> reporter: jeff davis road out sandy in his home on new jersey's long beach island. your house is in pretty good shape. you fared well. >> we were lucky, we were lucky. >> reporter: his house was saved by this wall of sand, part of a $16.8 million army corps of engineers project completed six months before sandy. >> they basically brought the waves to a stand still at this point. >> reporter: stew farrell is a coastal geologist who's examining how sand barriers stop rising water pushed ashore by the storm. >> in places where the projects had not been constructed, the damage was extensive and in some cases catastrophic. >> reporter: since 1986, the federal government helped new jersey pay $700 million to build sand walls as high as 22 feet. but some critics, including steve ellis of taxpayers for common sense, call it a beach bailout. >> what we need do is actually reorient the funding so that the majority of the cost is picked up by the localities rather than the feder
his mercedes crashed, flipped and caught fire. in the passenger seat, his teammate, jeff brown. brent was given and failed field sobriety tests. brown was rushed to a hospital where he died. >> once the officers learned that brown had passed away then mr. price-brent was under arrest for intoxication manslaughter. >> on behalf of josh, a tremendous loss to him. >> reporter: it's not the first time that brent has been charged with drinking and driving. he was arrested in college and sentenced to 60 days behind bars. from his jail cell overnight he released a statement. it's been a tragic week for the nfl. last saturday, kansas city chiefs jovan belcher murdered his girlfriend and then killed himself just hours earlier, police talked to belcher found passed out in his car. >> how are you doing tonight, man sf. >>. >> reporter: belcher had been drinking. but since he wasn't driving, the police cut him a brack. with no way of knowing what he was about to do. >> crisis in egypt showing no signs of easing this morning despite a major concession by the president morsi. he said that he grab u
it is cheap. >> let's go to jeff in new jersey. >> jim, mark west energy is nearly down 5% this week. should i add and worry about their chronic secondary offer? >> i like we and then it sprung up and this is no kmp. let's go to josh in massachusetts. i'm going to give you stop confusing me. happy hanukkah. and merry christmas to you. >> thank you. >> my company is jeers logic. i love them and i know they are in bed with apple. and how do you feel? >> it has had such a big move. if i want to own an apple play, i'm going to stick with apple. let's go to mark in wisconsin. >> jim, thank you for taking my call. your thoughts on parker drilling. >> no no no no no we don't need parker drilling. let it come up and ka ching. i like to go with slob. how about jeff in illinois? >> happy holidays jim. thank you for taking my call. i have been wlhistling to the g agriculture sector. >> those are both good companies. right now i prefer montana a little bit. but those are biotech companies that are seed companies. i'm not done. i'm going to phillip in arizona. >> hi jim, what do you think of alcoa at this
city of kansas in my home state. officer jeff athalate fatally shot while on duty, investigating drug activity occurring inside a vehicle outside a neighborhood grocery store. as they approached the vehicle and orbded the okay -- ordered the occupants to get out the gunmen took the lives of both officers. when we lose someone in a community in kansas, it's not just a name. it's somebody we go to church with. it's somebody we know and care about. these individuals are that to their friends and family in topeka and across our state. david had been part of the topeka police department for 21 years. he spent 13 years as a reserve officer and 8 years as a full-time officer. his service tkphot begin as a police officer. he served in the kansas national guard and recently retired. police chief ronald miller described david as someone who served his life to his country and to the city of tow pea kafplt david's service was a model to others including his son brandon who followed his dad's footsteps and served the topeka community as a police officer himself. the second officer -- jeff -- was 2
"? i looked over and said, ho, heck no. >> reporter: sure enough. a bartender named jeff typed in fat girls to keep track of the bill for their table. when they asked the manager for an explanation. >> he tried not to laugh. >> reporter: it went from bad to worse when the restaurant still wanted them to pay the bill. with just 25% discount, they declined the manager's next offer, too. >> well, he said, i can do 50%. we were just like, are you serious? >> in a facebook message overnight, the owner maggie lewis apologized saying -- insulting a customer is intolerable in our establishment. as for jeff, he's now looking for a new job. >> he was busy last night. but that's just no excuse. >> reporter: he didn't work that night, but he's trying to clean up the mess. >> i want to tell them that we're sincerely sorry for that. we'll do everything in our power to make sure this never happens to anyone again. >> reporter: but this is the sort of thing that will sting for a while. >> it's not funny. i can just see it over and over again. >> and in the end, the casino and restaurant decided to ra
're getting an end of the year bounceback in that group. i look four to be in oracle. let's go to jeff in wisconsin. jeff. >> hey, how are you doing? a big booyah from mill milwaukee, wisconsin. >> exact -- whenever i say it's a speck, you got to accept the consequences it can be up big or down big. that is the case with eaxs. that is the case with the lightning round! >> coming up, well furnished? the housing hangover seems to be on the mend as u.s. home sales continue to pick up. but if you thought you missed the chance to play the rebound, think again. cramer is talking to the ceo of ethan allen to see if their investment here could help up get comfortable. and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. he loves risk. but whether he's climbing everest, scuba diving the great barrier reef with sharks, or jumping into the market, he goes with people he trusts, which is why he trades with a company that doesn't nickel and dime him with hidden fees. so he can worry about other things, like what the market is doing and bein
. i prefer you to be in oracle. let's go to jeff in wisconsin. jeff. >> hey, how are you doing? a big booyah from mill milwaukee, wisconsin. txes? >> whenever i say it's a spec, you got to accept the consequences it can be up big or down big. that is the case with exas. that is the conclusion of the lightning round! >> coming up, well furnished? the housing hangover seems to be on the mend as u.s. home sales continue to pick up. but if you thought you missed the chance to play the rebound, think again. cramer is talking to the ceo of ethan allen to see if an investment here could help you investment here could help you get comfortable. ential for making or losing money >>> right now we got a bull market in all things related to housing, especially housing related retailers. when i see a housing related retailer selling off, i smell opportunity. ethan allen interiors, a purveyor of highest quality home furnishings with free interior design services. ethan allen has been benefiting. the stock is giving you 72% since i initially got behind in in july of 2010. a lot of analysts didn't lik
ahead. >>> lots to talk about this morning. the next two hours, we'll talk with steve israel. jeff sessions, sandy levin, rahm emanuel and businessman javier paolomarez, ed burns, frankie monday easy, and chuck leavell. "starting point" begins right now. welcome, everybody. "starting point" this morning, angry, united. bracing for protests in michigan as the state is poised to become the most unionized right to work state. as many as 10,000 unionized workers expected at the state capitol to voice their disapproval of the measure. some of them teachers, two detroit area school districts shut down for the day as hundreds of teachers plan to join the protest. president obama brought it up during a trip to a daimler truck factory in redford, michigan. this is what he said. >> this so-called right to work law, they don't have to do with economics, everything to do with politics. what they are really talking about is giving you the right to work for less money. >> alison kosik. >> what's the latest on the protests? >> protestsers starting to gather behind me. signs in hand, even the infl
ocean beach to pacifica. jeff who lives in a home by the shore says living here means you have to be ready when the types of storms come through. >> always be prepared. battery on hand. should be no surprise to anybody especially in the bay area. >>reporter: great highway remains closed due to the storms. at 1:00 p.m. the sky above the city was bright by a passing rainbow. this is 7 news. >>> hundreds of homes and businesses on the peninsula still in the dark because of power outages there. we even found a water log football field. more on that from vick lee. >>reporter: this correct in san jose was roaring. fast and furious this morning vrlt. but the santa clara valley water district said there were no problems today. all of the creek that had the potential to flood were weigh below the overflow levels. but san mateo county workers at menlo high school were busy trying to drain the water from the football field which was flooded. the water level stood about 3 to 4 inches above the new turf field which was built this summer. one of the main pump had broken during
to understand why it happened, were there warning signs, and what do we do moving forward. to jeff's point, i would say it is time for us to go him and hug our children and to be with our children and try and counsel them in what happened in someone else's school bus they will hear about it. >> i am glad you brought that up. we will take a quick break but so many parents and families are going to see this, it is unavoidable, so we will learn to talk to our kids about it. do you want to take a break? we will take a quick break. >> we expect to hear from the governor of cut -- connecticut where the school shooting took place this day, right before holiday break in the middle of hanukah right before christmas. we expect to hear from governor malloy in a few minutes and hope to hear more of the details. officials have been keeping the details under wraps. they are talking to the families of those affected. welcome back to continuing coverage of the worst school shootings in our history. 26 people plus the shooter are dead. 20 of them, the victims, are children. at sandy hook elementary school in
santelli always clean shaven is joining us next working on something for a little later on. >> we have jeff carter. we're going to talk about the fiscal cliff but from a much more cynical perspective. he believes that the cbo's call, if we go over the cliff in recession, well, he doesn't believe him. he says there is a keynesian base. what does it mean? he too cynical? i don't know. tune in in about 11 minutes to find out. >>> financials and the fiscal cliff plus the looming february stress tests is the big bank runup of this year finally coming to a close? brad hintz is an equity research analyst and joins us from new york. good to see. good morning. >> thanks for having me. >> new year is going to be fascinating to watch. dodd frank implementation. let's just talk about the rules first. investors know these are coming and why are the stocks trading up in light of what we know is going to be a different kind of year? >> well, one reason that you've seen the runup is a lot of the uncertainty seems to be to be working away. the banks are making the changes to live in this post basal 3 dodd/f
in school. the leader is warren jeffs, they ran away when gary showed up with the camera. what's worse, the kids aren't being paid, but someone was and we'll also talk to the photographer who took the now infamous photographs of the man killed in new york and what he saw through his lens and what other people did and did not do on that subway flat form. all at the top of the hour. >>> now, our fifth story "outfront." new jersey's republican governor, chris christie, was at the white house on capitol hill today asking for more funding for his storm ravaged state. as republicans in washington continue to slam the president for additional spending is well, perhaps problematic. chuck schumer whose own home state of new york was hit hard by sandy, pointed out the irony of the request. it doesn't come at an oper tune time. will christie's move hurt his party or not? good to see both of you. let me ask you because i don't know you spoke early on about how well you thought you thought chris christie handled this storm, politically and every other way and now asking for federal funding and repu
, jeff flake. >> right. >> but he is also the guy that gave his personal seal of approval to crazies like christine o'donnell and sharron angle and richard mourdock and todd akin. in the end, is this a net-net win for republicans who have some amount of their sanity, a shred of it left? >> not necessarily. when they did the count of his 35 major legislative proposals, none were enacted into law. as you were reporting, alex, it was really the king maker status and the relationship with the tea party that he leveraged more so than doing anything specific on the hill. having said that, what i think is particularly interesting is this reflects sort of the weird moment that we're in political life in the country. participation is very high. democracy is very low. and so while people are turning out to vote, and we have all this incredible enthusiasm out there. we just had this big long election. we have a congress that everyone knows is broken. we have money that really, you know, floods the system. and we have a senate in particular that has record-breaking filibuster and obstruction rates un
most popular and respected members, senator jeff bingaman of new mexico. when jeff came to this body 30 years ago, he had already led a life of accomplishment created in small-town new mexico, silver city. he was an eagle scout, graduated from harvard college, stanford law school, where he met his future wife, ann. while at stanford, he worked in senator robert f. kennedy's campaign for president. at the age of 35, he was elected new mexico attorney general in 1978. and four years later at the age of 39, elected to the united states senate. during his three decades in this body, jeff bingaman has been a classic workhorse senator as opposed to being a show horse senator. he is truly remarkable and distinctive among senators for his willingness to shun the limelight and share the credit in order to get important things done for his state and for this country. senator bingaman has been a much valued colleague of mine on the health, education, labor and pensions committee, but he has really made his mark in the senate a lasting mark in his role as chair of the energy and natural resources c
for tonight. on wednesday, we'll have jeff's second story from athens, about how ordinary greeks are coping in tough times.on we'll see you online, and again here tomorrow evening. i'm gwen ifill. thank you, merry christmas, and good night. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> bnsf railway. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financialor literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations.ra and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation forr public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org captioning sponsored by wpbt >> this is n.b.r. >> mike: from paint to pet food, hats to barbecue. as a nation, we make millions of products every year. but have you ever wondered just how those things are made and what drives those companies? tonight in this "n.b.r." special edition "made in a
lanza and his family history. today national investigative correspondent jeff rossum is here with that story. >> we've heard a lot about adam lanza and we've heard a lot about his mother, but now we have new information about his relationship with his father, peter. a source close to the family tells nbc news adam had cut off communication with his dad, even refusing to see him. in the chaotic hours after adam lanza's rampage, a local reporter showed up at his father's doorstep to break the news. >> his face went from patient to surprise to horror. it was pretty clear to me that he was surprised that somebody he loved was involved with what was happening up in newtown. >> reporter: peter lanza is a successful finance executive at ge, part owner of nbc universal. a source close to the family says in 2001, he separated from adam's mother, nancy, but he still saw adam every week. in 2009, the lanzas officially divorced. adam was 17. >> they were the type of parents, even when they were married as well as being separated, if the kids had a need, they would definitely fill it. >>
treat it like a piggybank. megyn: remember the whole jeff neely picture in the hot tub -- >> very creepy, scary. megyn: conference, and -- there he is. [laughter] >> what's scarier, the zombie or him? megyn: i don't know. they had the contest where the people were rubbing money all over themselves, they were like, yeah, we gotta spend it. and that was our money. >> don't forget the clown show. >> you know what? and then it gets even worse at the state and local level where these guys go to atlantic city -- megyn: you are supposed to be making us feel better, you are supposed to be defending the administration. >> well, actually a pox on everybody. it's not an administration thing, the democrats do it, the republicans do it -- megyn: it's an american thing. spend on frivolous things. >> i know, and i hate to be a buzzkill, because i know i'm supposed to make you feel better -- >> no talk of cutting back spending. all about how much we're going to raise taxes so we can have more fun, so we can have more fun like this. break out the zombies. megyn: 40, 40, -- ho, ho, ho! i'm reading rudolph
and member of the house foreign affairs committee, mr. jeff duncan. good to have you on. first of all, why haven't we heard from hillary clinton? i understand concussions. i know them all too well. but really? three, four weeks now to testify? >> well, she needs to testify and i think she will. i'm optimistic she will. her office verified she was ill. i know the travel schedule, she gets worn down. i'll give her the benefit of the doubt. she needs to come testify. she was the person in charge at the department of state on september 11 when the attack in benghazi happened. and there are questions that need to be answered. >> kelly: there have been some people who criticized hillary clinton for what happened in benghazi and because of that, there has been the innuendo that she didn't want to testify. however, i don't see that being part of her character. she will testify this month, because she would like to put this to rest before she actually retires. >> i think she will. i think it's about her legacy now. she was in charge. i think she's willing to come and testify. she always ha
at hotels nationwide. a breach that could leave you vulnerable during your next hotel stay. today jeff rossen is here with more on this. doesn't sound good. >> no, it's not, affects a lot of us, of course. staying in hotels. when you lock your hotel door, you assume you're safe and your stuff is safe. think again. thieves have invented a simple device that can actually unlock doors in potentially millions of hotel rooms at some of the most popular chains. the hotel industry has known about this problem for months. so why haven't they fixed it? >> this man is about to break into a hotel room. no kicking in the door, no fancy tools. instead, he's using this cheap homemade gadget to pop those electronic locks. and in just seconds he's in. we booked hotel rooms in new jersey where he did it again and again at this hyatt place. >> the only difference is i'm putting this underneath, door's open. >> we're in. >> yep. >> at this ramada and double tree hilton. >> another hotel. >> another chain. >> same result. >> this security flaw so alarming even hotel managers are stunned. >> that's absolut
with which to like the whole process and then jeff donated hundreds of dollars worth of campbell's to help them out and out there raising more funds for the shelter. this is the type of state. just as i personally since i have been here have stood with the people of the gulf coast or the people of joplin misery or after a tornado ravage the community. it's who we are, what we do is a country, and it's what truly gives the meeting to the united states of america. thank you. >> thank you so much. all of our speakers have been extraordinary, and i no -- i am going to, with your permission, include a lot of these photographs in our records. okay. okay. and our last senator to speak before we head to our house colleagues will be senator blumenthal from connecticut. we are so delighted that you could be here. go right ahead. >> thank you very much. i want to thank you and ranking member and half for today's hearing. my colleagues to have stated so eloquently what happened in new york and new jersey, connecticut , share their faith although the lack -- national media coverage may give the impress
up going, what's going to make phil look good? >> right. >> what's going to make before jeff now steve burke feel good, like they got the best of me. >> right. >> and i'm going to give them that, but i'm going to take what i've always wanted all along. and it's money. give them what they want. but it's -- it's a deal. you figure out what they can give up, they figure out what you can give up and you do the deal and everybody walks away. every deal i've ever done, everybody walks away feeling like they won. >> and you know who made a life out of that? was the labor negotiator ronald reagan. >> yeah. >> brian cashman's on the phone for you, joe. he's listened to that. he wants to talk to you about how to get rid of alex rodriguez. >> actually, he wants you to play third base. >> well, you know, i've got two good hips. >> there you go. >> two more than a-rod. second hip replacement. >> that's terrible. former british prime minister tony blair joins us onset, also ron fournier will be here to discuss about his cover in the national journal. >>> and coming up, arianna huffington onset
. royce: i thank the gentlelady for yielding. i'd just like to begin by thanking jeff duncan and his staff as well for their good work on this legislation. but i would remind the members in terms of iranian activity in this hemisphere, we think what first comes to mind is the attack in the 1990's in argentina, but more recently hezbollah has penetrated our borders and one example i would give to you is a man trained by iranian intelligence. he paid a bribe in order to get to mexico from beirut. once in mexico he paid a second bribe, this time to a cartel group in order to have himself inserted in a special compartment in the back of a car. the reason is he important is because it was his brother who was in charge for security in israel and during the hezbollah war, and i was there at the time, i saw those missiles that were ordered launched by hezbollah into a town that was under attack. there were some 600 casualties in that hospital trarp a direct result of those iranian and syrian missiles that were being fired on the hospital. frankly it was one of the targets. but fired on that town,
to rule on gun control at this point. >> and neither would i. jeffrey, thank you very much. jeff toobin is our senior legal analyst. >>> sandy hook students may dread the day they must return to school, at least some of them. now officials are trying to give them a little bit more time to cope with this tragedy. let's say you want to get ahead in your career. how do you get from here... to here? at university of phoenix we're moving career planning forward so you can start figuring that out sooner. ln fact, by thinking about where want your education to lead, while you're still in school, you might find the best route... leads somewhere you weren't even looking. let's get to work. five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. with olay, here's how. new regenerist eye and lash duo the cream smooths the look of lids... softens the look of lines. the serum instantly thickens the look o
was a comedian. i hope he does not exist anymore, thank you. host: this is from twitter -- jeff is on the phone from bedford, va., independent line. caller: probably jim webb who did not fall into party politics and he has a good chance if he runs for governor of virginia. i think he would do a fine job as secretary of defense. host: that is the fourth or fifth the. how long have you been following his political career? caller: i have been following cspan and politics for about the last 10 years. jim webb was an upstanding gentleman the whole time he was there. if he was a leading republican, i would support him. host: from the pot -- from the front page of " the new york times" -- there is a picture that has christmas decorations and the lead story takes a look at marketing when it comes to video games and the types of weapons that is sometimes displayed in these video games. robbie, memphis, tenn., democrat blind -- caller: i'm sorry for the incident of the children who were in the gun-shooting situation. we will miss the good people that stood up for what was right, mr. daniel inouye and his
to do is register every gun. next call comes from jeff in texas, republican line. caller: back when i was a teenager, i did something stupid and got a felony charge. i am 45 years old now. they still hold that against me. i am bowhunting because i am still not allowed to own a gun. is there ever going to be a statute of limitations on a felony convicted by a kid as to ever be able to purchase a gun? guest: this is a problem that we hear quite a bit. people have completely reformed themselves after committing crimes, but are nonetheless unable to get them. there is a system in place in most states where by the governor can grant a waiver to put you back into the pool of people that are able to obtain firearms. that is hard to do and would be costly and involve lawyers. it is difficult. this is one of the issues with the system. when the brady act was written in 1993 and when the gun control act of 1968 was put in place, it initially traded a class of people who were not allowed to own guns. they had to draw the line somewhere. it is a problem for folks like you have that have reform th
. >> this is a question for jeff. social media is the platform for speech in general. isn't it true people hide behind their screens and say things online that it would not say face-to-face? does not change the way we speak to each other fundamentally? >> we talked about that. how do you see this evolving? >> as an artist, that is a sensitive question. i spent a lot of time discussing this with artists and musicians because criticism is painful. when you are sharing personal art. and that is -- that is one of the most painful things to write a personal song and read the youtube comments. but she is ugly. this is a big conversation right now between me and the artists. a used to be that you would just not read your reviews. that is pretty easy. now if you are engaging with their fans, your ability to go back and forth is directly polluted by people saying negative things that you come in can be very painful and i see. one thing about twitter is unlike youtube, it remains a generally positive place. those throwing out negativity look like assholes and it is easy to call those people out and say you're n
or controls in place to stop this flagrant overspending. g.s.a. employees, including jeff neely, a member of the senior executive service, failed to follow policy, federal procurement law or basic common sense. this helps ensure senior executives or s.e.s. employees are accountable for their actions. it allows an s.e.s. employee to be fired for such actions. i'd like to commend my colleague, mr. kelly, for his work on this bill and urge all members to support its adoption. i reserve the balance of the time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from missouri. mr. clay: mr. speaker, i thank the majority -- the majority for working with us to make additional improvements to h.r. 6016, the government employee accountability act, as amended. i want to thank the gentleman, mr. kelly, from california, who introduced this bill to address an unfortunate intstans where a few senior executive service officials at the g.s.a. received a lot of attention regarding their extravagant spending on a los angeles -- a las vegas conference. while i fully support the purpose and intent of this legislation t
center that has pulled all of this together. juliana bush, mike greco, and jeff, who have done amazing jobs weaving the fabric of this conference together. our deepest thanks goes to our friend and benefactor, mort kaplan, whose generosity allows us to take good ideas we have in the classroom and offices and brought them to life. i also want to thank the panelists. this is one of those rare incidence where we did not have to ask twice. they'll jump at the opportunity to engage in a simple discussion. i know you were very excited to hear what they have to say, and i admit to being even more excited because tonight to hear terry sullivan talk about something other the board of visitors and strategic planning. [laughter] i would imagine that president sullivan is excited to talk about something else as well. to get started, let me introduce jerry, the director of miller center public affairs. [applause] >> thank you, be it. -- thank you, david. welcome to the national press club for the keynote roundtable. the miller center is at its annual meeting on the world economy. i would like to pa
the culture. dr. jeff gardeir is here to talk to us before we get to talk about how culture is playing a role in this. the brother says the shooter has a personality disorder. help us understand that what is he talking about when he says a personality disorder? >> well, he may be talking about something we call a skits zip code or a skits owe type personality disorder. what we know about these particular disorders, people isolate themselves, they have a bit of a different reality. they don't have many social or interactional skills. >> brian: seems went through high school. >> from what we hear and they have their own reality. we are not saying that they are schizophrenic. they don't have hallucinations but they certainly live in a different world than ours. >> our world has changed over the last 20, 30 years. the culture has changed. i was talking a little bit about apparently this guy was an expert gamer. >> yeah. >> steve: maybe the rating system needs to be changed with regard to video games. he seems to have been deadly accurate. >> he might have learned how to do that on those gaming sy
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